Bill Gates: AI will revolutionize health care in the third world.
Why do physicians “care” about their patients, any more than scientists care about a lab rat? Should they?
HHS: surprise billing arbitrators are being swamped with claims. That’s because the law was poorly implemented.
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According to the articles I have read, federal regulators expected to get 17,000 claims per year for arbitration.
I have no idea where that number came from, but most estimates of surprise billing before the law was passed suggested that 2 million such bills a year were being sent by providers.
It doesn’t take much activity to beat the heck out of a 17,000 estimate. I do not think that high volumes necessarily show that the law was not properly implemented. If am incorrect, let me know.